Bangalore: Toronto-based enterprise-class identity and access management solutions provider, PerfectCloud is now bringing its portfolio of services to the Indian market. Currently, PerfectCloud services are used by enterprises in 57 countries.
“The biggest challenge in the security world today is the inability to safeguard data. It is no longer enough to just rely on corporate firewalls. Organizations must begin to protect both access to data and the data itself,” said Mayukh Gon, Founder and CEO, PerfectCloud.
The cloud security and data encryption provider has worked in close collaboration with the University of Toronto’s Ganita Lab in order to forge its patented security architecture. Employing cookie-less technology and token-free authentication process, PerfectCloud’s security software ensures no encryption keys are stored, making it virtually impossible for cybercriminals to cause data breaches.
It would take approximately $2.2 billion to compromise a single user’s account protected by PerfectCloud, says the company.
Indian users will gain access to PerfectCloud’s two integrated products: SmartSignin and SmartCryptor.
SmartSignin provides enterprises with the ability to manage online identities and login to multiple services via secure single sign on. The software exhibits a zero-knowledge architecture and a simple interface that allows even users not familiar with technology to fully use its features.
SmartCryptor offers a next level layer of protection and data encryption to prepare any confidential files for secure storage. Shielded by advanced cryptography protocols, users have complete control over file decryption and access, as encryption keys belong only to the owner of the data.
The company has been hiring additional resources in India to support the growing client base and operation in India.
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